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How to create OpenGL (ES 1.0) texture programmatically?
I need to draw inside a buffer and then upload it as texture to OpenGL. So basicaly unsigned char* buffer and then call to glTexImage2D(). I will be using Marmalade mobile SDK and OpenGL ES 1.0.
Jul 1 '12 at 22:54
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